Some of us have grown up in homes where we have never really experienced parental love or the love of a father. We may even have had good parents, but never experienced the love of parents.
This picture can cause you to take a wrong posture from understanding our Heavenly Father's true picture.
When I am in rebellion, God still loves me.
When I am covered with filth and drowned in sin, He still loves me.
When I am broken, wasted and ruined, He still loves me.
When I am at my worst, He still loves me.
The Love of The Father is beyond measure, and it is revealed to us in His Son Jesus Christ.
On this Q&A episode on Marriage and Parenting we've invited 2 counsellors from Chrysalis Counseling who've attempted to answer questions on biblical perspective on raising teens and young adults as parents, the impact of social media and raising them up to christian faith. What's more? A one-on-one with 4 couples about a day in their life.
Whether we like it or not we are in the middle of an intense spiritual conflict! But God has made available to us spiritual weapons that are infinitely superior to the crafty schemes of the enemy. In this final and very important sermon from Ephesians 6, we learn how wear and use each piece of our spiritual armor. Victory in our daily Christian life depends on us walking with our full armor on.
As we continue our study in Ephesians, we learn that the life we live in Christ should come to bear on all our earthly relationships: between spouses, between parents and children, between employers and employees. This powerful sermon leads into a powerful time of repentance, forgiveness and healing.
The apostle Paul having communicated about our life in Christ, now exhorts us to live according to the "new man" we have become in Christ. He describes how living this new creation life affects our speech, conduct and attitudes.
As we continue our study we discover God's plan for believers to serve in the Body, walk in unity and come to a place of spiritual maturity which is simply growing into Christlikeness. We briefly discuss the five-fold ministry and their role in equipping believers to serve, bring unity and bring believers into maturity.
The unsearchable riches of Christ, also understood as inexhaustible riches, infinite riches, unending wealth and blessings that cannot be measured, These riches are too great to understand fully. The immeasurable wealth - meaning that what God has now given to us in Christ is immeasurable, so infinite, so great!
All that we experience in our life in Christ, beginning with salvation is by grace through faith. Paul shares with us what the Lord Jesus has done for us - both Jews and Gentiles. He has made us one - in Jesus there is neither Greek nor Jew (Galatians 3:28). The middle wall of separation, the law of commandments contained in ordinances has been abolished. We, both Jews and Gentiles are now one new man following the Lord Jesus and His Word for us. This has been made possible through the what Jesus accomplished on the Cross.
We discover in Ephesians 2, our position in Christ, that we live out of this life in Christ by grace through faith, and the amazing truths of being His workmanship, belonging to the family, and being a dwelling place of God.